The Office of Attorney General encourages DC workers to review their employment contracts and contact our office if they believe an employer may be violating a new law on noncompetes.
The Office of Attorney General is committed to holding predatory businesses and individuals accountable, while helping residents avoid unnecessary fees, tax scams, and other pitfalls.
Consumers often spend hundreds of dollars for tax preparation services when they could get free help through IRS-trained volunteers.
Consumer Alert: Questions and Answers on Abortion Care and Freedom of Expression in the District of Columbia
At the Office of Attorney General, we stand up for people’s rights, including their rights to access health care and to peacefully protest.
Whether you’re shopping online or in person, every year thousands of people become victims of holiday scams.
While impaired driving fatalities tragically occur year-round, evidence shows that the holiday season is a particularly dangerous time on the roadways.
OAG Alerts Workers that Restaurants Using GratShare Tip-Distribution App Are Illegally Charging Employees Fees to Receive Tips
Consumer Alert: Millions of dollars in financial assistance is still available to District homeowners for mortgages and other housing costs, including 7,000+ DC households at risk of foreclosure
CONSUMER ALERT: Avoid Using Unencrypted Messaging Sites Like Facebook Messenger to Communicate About Seeking Abortion Services
While abortion remains fully legal in the District, consumers and those seeking abortions should be aware of how others may use their data, and they should take steps to protect themselves and their data and privacy.
CONSUMER ALERT: D.C. Office of the Attorney General Warns Consumers about Misinformation from Loan Servicers About Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program
If you have federal student loan debt and work in public service, you may already qualify for loan forgiveness—or you may be closer to qualifying than you think. But the Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia (OAG) has learned that at least one student loan servicer has provided inaccurate information about the Department of Education’s Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program to thousands of DC residents.